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Visual Studio not finding referenced component

  • 22 May 2023
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I am trying to Build and compile a customization in Visual Studio 2022 and it is throwing warning messages that it cannot find any of the PX DLL files that are in the referenced folder.  Other DLL’s I am referencing are found in that folder, just none of the PX DLL files.

Does anyone have a hint, suggestion or idea why only the PX DLL’s are not being referenced when OTHER DLL’s I am using are being found?

Here is a screen shot of the folder and the VS 2022 warnings.

 

 

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Best answer by jeffgrammer69 22 May 2023, 16:54

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Quick update : Someone asked what if I still see this.  Go to the References paths area of the package and browse to the package folder/directory where you have your sourced info.
 

 

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Thank you for sharing your solution with the community @jeffgrammer69 !

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The solution to this issue was that the NuGet package of Acu20R1-112 causes conflicts and errors if added.  You must remove that NuGet package so that it can find the DLL’s you are needing.

The link below is what led me to the issue.

VS2022 Referenced component not found

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